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Meet Your Pharmacists

Dr. Steve Myers received his doctorate in pharmacy from Oklahoma University College of Pharmacy. Laurie Fanning, PharmD, graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy in 2009. They have dedicated the majority of their career to serving patients in Perkins, OK.

Specialized Services:

  • Low Wait Times
  • Vaccinations
  • Personalized Service

Our History

Since 1977, Perkins Drug has been a fixture in the community. Originally founded by Calvin Anthony, and later owned by Steve Willingham and now Steve Myers… Perkins Drug has always strived to offer “friendly hometown service”.

Perkins Drug offers a full service pharmacy that includes short wait times, a drive thru window, extensive inventory, competitive pricing, and free delivery in the Perkins area. In addition, we also offer immunizations (flu, pneumonia, shingles and Tdap), and a text service to notify you know when your prescriptions are ready. Our newest program, known as medsync, allows us to synchronize all of a patient’s maintenance medications to be filled on the same day and picked up at a scheduled time.

Since its inception, the owners of Perkins Drug have always held the same business philosophy… know your customers and treat them like they are family. For over 40 years, we have stayed true to that core value, even though the world of pharmacy has changed drastically over time. At Perkins Drug you can expect all of the services offered at the large chain pharmacies, but delivered in a much more personal, caring manner.

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